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Tablet Articles for June of 2017Below are the 13 Tablet articles for June of 2017
Our iPad Pro vs., iPad comparison pits Apple's two 9.7-inch iOS tablets head-to-head to determine which is the better option. The winner might surprise you,
Apple is reportedly prepping a new tablet with a screen size between the two current iPad Pro models. Rumors of this 10.5-inch model have been circulating since last fall, and the debut is[...]
Apple has just launched the second-generation iPad Pro with a 12.9-inch display. This includes a faster processor, improved display, and more storage.
Apple has replaced its 9.7-inch iPad Pro with a larger model. The new 10.5-inch version also has a faster processor and twice as much storage.
The Logitech Universal Folio is an keyboard designed to work with a range of Android, iOS, and Windows slates in the 9- to 10-inch range.
Amazon unveiled improved versions of two of its tablets last month. These are inexpensive models that include Alexa integration, and can be purchased today.
The 13-inch Lenovo Yoga 720 is a convertible 2-in-1: a laptop flexible enough to fold into a tablet. This Windows 10 model has Intel's latest, dual USB-C, and more.
We test an add-on a biometric scanner that can be used any Windows 10 tablet or laptop with a USB-A port.
This is the debut day for the fifth-generation Surface Pro 2-in-1. It sports the latest Intel processor, LTE, and 13 hours of battery life, but isn't bundles with an active[...]
The AUKEY USB-C Hub enables ultra-portable computers to access to monitors, wired networks, and many other accessories. Is it right for your 2-in-1?
The Samsung Galaxy Book is another stab at the Windows 2-in-1 market, and it sports a wrap around keyboard and a high-resolution display.
The second-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro is Apple’s latest offering for anyone serious about using an iOS 2-in-1 instead of a laptop.
Before picking out a tablet, you first need to decide what OS you'd prefer: iOS, Android, or Windows. We take a look at the strengths and weaknesses of each.